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Tag: Malabrigo Yarn


Cabin Morning Coat

This lovely coat is easy to wear and flattering to boot — and just what you need for lounging by the campfire! It is also a study in joining techniques, with picked up stitches, kitchener stitch and a two-needle bind off.

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Wickerwork Set

Wickerwork is a seamless, unisex pullover worked in round from the top down, beginning with a ribbed neckline. The front and the back have pretty wicker-like pattern and the sleeves are worked plain. The hat is worked from the bottom up beginning with a ribbed brim. The hat is topped with a large pom-pom.

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Aspen Sweater

Elbow patch charm meets the comforting hues of aspen trees in this delightful sweater. Because the design uses super bulky yarn, it’s also a quick and fun knit; you’ll be smiling from start to finish.

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Pumpkin Picking Cowl

This cowl is worked entirely in I-Cords. Each I-Cord is then sewed to make I-Cord rings by closing both the ends. Then another longer I-Cord is knitted which is woven through these rings to make a cowl. It is a quick, fun project!

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Cereus Cowl

Cereus, named after the cacti of the same name, has a wavy-like edging similar to the Cereus cacti. After a harsh and cold winter, everyone is pining for some warmth and greenery. This cowl can be draped almost like a caplet or bunched up around the neck.

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Kora Tasseled Scarf

Kora is the trendy accessory that features a meandering, eyelet stitch pattern that resembles a gently flowing stream. It is offset with vibrant tassels that add a fun pop of color — perfect for spring!

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Honey Bee Wrap

The Honey Bee Wrap is an arrow-shaped wrap, pointy at one end and V-shaped at the other end. It is knit in sections (like a sampler shawl) with some easy, mindless stitches like garter and stockinette, and interspersed with interesting sections of bobbles, honeycomb lace and stripes.

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Marnie Mittens

Opposing indigo stripes paint fun all over these stylish mittens. The side gusset thumb and mirrored pattern on the palm and back of the mittens allows each mitten to be worn on either hand.

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